Tamoxifen hot flushes

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    Tamoxifen hot flushes


    Garnetann wrote: HI, I will be starting tamoxifen in January. I am almost through chemo and of course, have started (I guess) menopause, with no periods and a lot of hot flashes. So far, the hot flashes are manageable, but I am wondering if anyone else has been in my situation, whether they feel like the hot flashes were about the same as through chemo, or worse.thanks Sep 26, 2007 PM - edited Mar 19, 2008 PM by Tender Is Our Might Congratulations on being almost through chemotherapy! I take it your are doing neoadjuvant chemo, and then surgery. Great news that you have estrogen and progesterone receptors and no node involvement. I read your post about you going into chemopause, and having a lot of hot flashes. I hope I'm interpreting your question correctly as when you're on Tamoxifen, are the hot flashes the same about as now, when your having chemotherapy? They cause embarassment in public - and lack of sleep at night. I was on Tamoxifin and had the hot flashes and I felt this was such a great drug and five years is better than having Cancer. But - ugh - hot flashes and night sweats are horrible and seem to get worse over time, at least for me. Nothing is better now - except that I haven't relapsed with cancer! Yeh, hot flashes are "part of the change and part of life" - but I've had chemo induced menopause, and I don't see ANYONE who is experiencing normal menopause having the same "kind" of hot flashes. I stopped taking my Tamoxifen to see if it would reverse - it didn't. i've been taking tamoxifen for a year the heat flashes were all day and night getting worse daily, my doctor put me on xanax which is for anxiety, it also keeps my body cool, i have an appeite again, i haven't had a heat flash in 3 months, i take 1mg xanax 3 times a day, i was at the point were i was going to stop the tamoxifen, now i have no side effects at all, talk to your doctor about anxiety meds Subscribe to free newsletters. I guess all you can do is stay postive that you're alive and try not to kill someone if they hurt your feelings about your temperature. By clicking Subscribe, I agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy and understand that I may opt out of subscriptions at any time. I personally think it will never get better - even after the five years. She said it has been known to help with hot flashes, and it really has helped me.

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    Dec 3, 2003. Hot flashes, the most common side effect of tamoxifen, occur in up to 80% of women receiving tamoxifen 5, and the occurrence of hot flashes. Best Answer Tamoxifen is an oestrogen blocker, not inhibitor. I had the hot flushes explained to me in the following manner. Tamoxifen blocks the oestrogen from getting to the part of your brain that works as a thermostat. My doctor had me start taking Tamoxifen at bedtime, and the hot flashes started the 2nd night I took it -- but only at night, never during the day. So he had me switch to taking it in the morning, and that worked wonders -- I still have some hot flashes during the night, but not too bad and not nearly as often.

    Tamoxifen will continue to be an important drug for the treatment of hormone-dependent breast cancer despite results suggesting that aromatase inhibitors will play an increasing role in the treatment of breast cancer for postmenopausal women . With more drugs available to treat patients with breast cancer, it is clear that patients would benefit from information that would allow their health care providers to individualize therapy. However, designing individualized therapies is complicated because for many drugs, including tamoxifen, the efficacies and toxicities differ among patients. The reasons for many of the interindividual differences are unknown. Despite its proven benefit, tamoxifen is known to have adverse side effects, including increased risks of endometrial cancer and vascular-related thrombotic events (i.e., stroke, venous thrombosis, and pulmonary emboli), as well as non–life-threatening side effects that can reduce quality of life and can affect patient compliance. Hot flashes, the most common side effect of tamoxifen, occur in up to 80% of women receiving tamoxifen . Although hormone replacement therapy is the most effective treatment for reducing hot flashes, its use in women with a history of breast cancer is generally not recommended because of a concern that pharmacologic doses of hormones could promote growth of subclinical breast cancer metastases. Hot flushes, otherwise known as vasomotor symptoms or Hot Flashes in the USA, are a sudden unpleasant sensation of burning heat spreading across the face, neck and chest followed shortly after by sweating then a feeling of being cold and clammy, sometimes associated with and even shivering. In extreme cases hot flushes cause a drop in blood pressure and dizziness. Night sweats are described as a sudden sweating which tend to happen at night and usually disrupt sleep patterns. This page highlight some of the possible medical interventions but provides some useful lifestyle and nutritional tips which may help you cope with this tedious symptom. Most commonly, women entering the menopause experience troublesome hot flushes, due to a drop in oestrogen production from the ovaries, and these can persist for years afterwards. Women, with cancer may have premature menopause induced by chemotherapy or surgery yet those with breast cancer are denied oestrogen replacement therapy because of concerns about potential recurrence. Effects of mammalian and plant estrogens on mammary glandsand uteri of macaques. In addition, drugs such as tamoxifen or aromatase inhibitors, exacerbate vasomotor symptoms as well as other menopausal issues such as weight gain, joint pain and vaginal dryness [Thomas, Love]. 92001) Evaluation of estrogenic activity of plant extracts for the potential treatment of menopausal symptoms.

    Tamoxifen hot flushes

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    Some premenopausal women force other preparations are being treated with tamoxifen following surgery for example, and to help stop the medication that hot flushes, improve. A routine treatment for breast cancer surgery to know if there are. For. Administration of the antiestrogen agent tamoxifen or an aromatase inhibitor can also lead to hot flashes. In postmenopausal women who start tamoxifen, hot. Dec 28, 2013. We investigated in a series of 109 patients whether the frequency and severity of hot flashes were related to concentrations of tamoxifen and its.

     
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